Jessica Farrah Anvar’s Answers

Jessica Farrah Anvar

Los Angeles Lemon Law Attorney.

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  1. Sold me a car with no pink slip!

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Hovanes Margarian
    2. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    3. Ligia M Melendez Parmenter
    4. Christina Gill Roseman
    5. Robert Bruce Kopelson
    5 lawyer answers

    It seems that this individual is not willing to amicably resolve this with you. You cannot force him to respond to your requests. However, you can file a lawsuit against him. You should file a small claims action against him.

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  2. Does California's Rosenthal fair debt collection act apply to collection law firms?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    2. Frederick William Schwinn
    3. Eric Sapir
    4. Michael J Corbin
    4 lawyer answers

    "Debt Collectors" must obey state and federal debt collection laws (FDCPA and RFDCPA). Both statutes mandate that debt collectors not use any illegal, deceptive or harassing debt collection tactics when attempting to collect the debt. One of the primary considerations in determining whether the FDCPA and RFDCPA apply, is the status of the person collecting the debt. The general rule is that the statutes apply only if the person collecting the debt is deemed a debt collector. When...

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  3. Best decision to handle a consumer fraud outcome?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    2. Frank Wei-Hong Chen
    3. Scott Richard Kaufman
    3 lawyer answers

    Definitely attempt to reach your attorney. If you settle with the dealership without the involvement of your attorney, you may be in breach of your retainer agreement and then responsible to pay for your attorneys fees and costs. It sounds like the car dealership is trying to settle your claim without involving your attorney (possibly so that the dealership will not have to pay any legal fees). Since you hired a lawyer to represent you, you should make great effort to have your lawyer involved.

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  4. Verizon Wireless employee opened an account in my name without my permission. Can I sue Verizon in small claims court?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Athina Karamanlis Powers
    2. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    2 lawyer answers

    You should contact a consumer fraud attorney and discuss your options. Keep detailed records of the 'proof' that you have and make sure to keep notes regarding your communications with Verizon.

  5. SMALL HOTEL OWNER AND A GUEST LEFT WITHOUT PAYING

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. David Wesley Hiller
    2. Nicholas Basil Spirtos
    3. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    3 lawyer answers

    You can definitely sue her. Sounds like you have the evidence to prove your case. The issue will be collecting on the judgment. You need to decide whether this is worth your time.

  6. Bought a car online broke down can i ask for money back to fix it

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Zachariah Benjamin Parry
    2. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    3. L. Vincent Ramunno Jr.
    3 lawyer answers

    If you purchased the car from a private seller, chances are that the seller did not provide you with a warranty and the car was sold to you "As-Is." This means that you purchased the car in its existing condition with its known and unknown problems. It is possible to have a claim against the seller if he/she made a material misrepresentation to you about the car. What representations were made to you about the car? You might want to consider reviewing the car's history by running a vehicle...

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  7. Can i sue the dealership because the sold me a bad used car?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Andrew H. Pastwick
    2. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    3. Tyler S Hinz
    3 lawyer answers

    It is possible. First, however, you need to determine if the manufacturer may be liable for the problems with your car. Was the manufacturer warranty active when you experienced problems with your car? Dodge cars are manufactured by Chrysler and Chrysler cars are supplied with a 3 year/36,000 mile manufacturer basic warranty and 5 year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty. How many miles were on the car when you purchased it? If it had more than 36,000 miles, than the basic manufacturer warranty...

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  8. Can I legally get my money back?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Thomas O. Moens
    2. Scott Michael Cohen
    3. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with the previous response. Unfortunately, there is little you can do legally when you purchase a car from a private seller. Private sellers typically do not provide any type of warranties when they sell a car. As a result, the buyer purchases the car "As-Is" and the buyer is accepting the car with all of its known and unknown problems. What kind of representations did this seller make to you about the car? Did he/she tell you it has a clean history? You might want to consider...

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  9. Should I call this agency back or are they trying to scare me into jail time?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Michael Rapp
    2. Brent Steven Snyder
    3. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    3 lawyer answers

    This sounds like typical harassment by a debt collector. The FDCPA protects consumers from abusive, deceptive and harassing debt collection practices and ensures fair debt collection practices. The Act provides a set of guidelines regarding what is and what is not legal debt collection practices. Do not erase the voicemail and keep a call log of all calls received from this collector. You should contact an FDCPA attorney in your state.

  10. Should I pick up my car from the dealership service center if I'm starting the process of returning car per lemon law?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Hyung S Choi
    2. Jessica Farrah Anvar
    2 lawyer answers

    Yes. You should pick up the car. Until you reach a settlement with Nissan, the car remains your responsibility and financial obligation. Thus, you cannot walk away from the car until you reach a resolution with Nissan. Arizona has a lemon law presumption, i.e., your car is presumed to be a lemon if there are 4 repair attempts or the car is out of service for 30 calendar days during the first 2 years or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first. If your car has less than 24,000 miles, it seems...

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